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Now that your unborn baby has reached full term, your bundle of joy will be arriving any moment from now to Week 40! While you are preparing for the big day, you could also start to look out for ideas to celebrate your precious baby's full month celebration now instead and plan in advance.The celebration of your newborn can be an over-the-top party or a quiet affair, depending on you and your family. To begin with, you will have to decide on the kind of party you intend to hold and who...
Keeping your baby’s cord blood in a family cord blood bank ensures your children’s ready access to their own stem cells. Storing cord blood can be a life-saving investment, with statistics showing that one in every 217 persons1 may need a stem cell treatment in their lifetime. Stem cell transplants can be used to treat over 85 types of diseases2, which include leukaemia, lymphoma, thalassemia, as well as certain metabolic and immunological disorders. Ongoing...
Breast milk is the "best food" for your baby and breastfeeding benefits mothers too. Breast milk contains all the nutrients such as proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals that your baby needs to grow healthy, in the exact quantity required for her age. Through breastfeeding you share with your baby part of your immune defences in the form of antibodies contained in your breast milk. This strengthens your baby's immune system, as their own natural defences are not yet fully developed....
Separate fact from fiction and make an informed decision about storing your child’s cord blood stem cells. Cord blood banking is the process of storing your newborn’s stem cells which are present in the umbilical cord following his birth. While it may have been available in Singapore for over 16 years, there are still many misconceptions about cord blood banking. As you have only one chance to bank your child’s cord blood, it’s important to do it...
You will make plenty of decisions during pregnancy and choosing where to deliver your baby is also one of the most important choices to make. Most obstetricians and gynaecologists are usually affiliated to one or more maternity hospitals, so it helps you to narrow down your choices by asking your doctor which hospital does he/her deliver in. To make the best and informed decision on which hospital to deliver, you can sign up for hospital tours to find out more about each hospital's...
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